From Publishers Weekly
The newly revised and updated fifth edition of The Read-Aloud Handbook by Jim Trelease uses his trademark Q&A format to address such issues as television, library funding and the Harry Potter phenomenon. A "Treasury of Read-Alouds" in the back of the book suggests starting points for parents.
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No household with children should be without a copy of The Read-Aloud Handbook
by Jim Trelease. --The Sacramento Bee
This book is about more than reading aloud. Its about time that parents, teachers, and children spend together in a loving, sharing way. (The Washington Post
) The Read-Aloud Handbook
promises to give parents, teachers, and all others who care about children, reading, and the pursuit of happiness new inspiration. (The Denver Post
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